Medical Imaging/Medical Testing Westchester, New York
For medical testing or imaging, trust the caring staff of Lawrence Hospital. The Laboratory at Lawrence Hospital Center in Bronxville, NY is a state-of-the art, full service, computerized Diagnostic Laboratory accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). The Lab performs more than 600,000 tests annually, is staffed with experienced, licensed Medical Technologists, Board Certified Pathologists and a team of highly skilled Phlebotomists. With over 90 years of experience behind them and by working with their extensive OutReach program, they are able to meet the needs of the community by providing laboratory services to walk-ins, nursing homes, physician offices, renal dialysis facilities, colleges and home health agencies.
The motto of "Location, Innovation, Compassion," is always followed and the highest degree of technical care is given at all times. Despite the fact that thousands of tests are performed every day, the staff never loses sight that these results are more than just numbers. At Lawrence Hospital Center, they never forget that they are providing results that are often the basis of the physician's diagnosis and treatment and that they are impacting someone's life. The staff at Lawrence Hospital invests time and energy into each test, allowing the patient to be confident in the results. They understand the importance of medical imaging, and ensure that the results are translated and delivered to the best of their ability.
Their Bronxville Lab is conveniently located within Lawrence Hospital. Make an appointment or just bring your prescription walk in, take your test and still have time to catch your train at Metro North's station across the street. If Bronxville is not convenient, you can try their Scarsdale location. They know tests are not fun, but they do their best to make them easy and accurate.
So call them or just drop by for medical testing or medical imaging at the Medical Lab at Lawrence Hospital Center, your tests are in good hands (Lots of them!)
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